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94 Ford Bronco for sale.

ENGINE:
351w, No muffler, smog pump bypass, side exit exhaust, around 75k miles

TRANSMISSION: ZF5, 2500 miles on clutch, brand new slave, brand new master, stainless clutch line. 1356 manual tcase

FRONT AXLE:
D44 HD Solid axle from a 1976 F150.
Lockrite locker
Custom DOM drag link and Chevy TRE's 1.25" .25" wall DOM
Tie Rod flipped over knuckle
7/8"-7/8" Chromoly Heim Joints on 11" extended radius arms
F250 shock towers
Stainless steel brake lines.
Cage progressive coils 4.5" lift
1" bucket drop

REAR AXLE:
Shackle Flip in rear.
Open 8.8
Bilstein 5150 shocks 10" travel

TIRES/RIMS:
35" Procomp mud terrains 50% tread, around 20k miles
Front 15x10 chrome steel wheels

OTHER:
No carpet behind rear seat
Corbeau front seats
Alpine head unit
No rear bumper
Custom t-case skidplate with tranny mount and radius arm mounts
Custom sliders
Newer tailgate with no rust


The Bad
Has dents, has been used and abused. Currently missing a passenger front axle shaft. I'm looking for a drivers side knuckle and should have it back together soon. Speedometer doesnt work, blows the fuse. Heims on radius arms are worn after 15k miles. It needs work, it's a project and you're stuck with it no warranty.

I'm working, I'm making money and I want a new project and a crappy DD car. I'm paying off college debt and living the single life again. The truck doesnt meet my needs and doesnt make me happy.


$2500.

Take it away or make an offer. I'm serious this time and I really want it gone. I'll trade the truck+cash for a +99 Ranger in the $4500-$5000 value range or a 95-99 VW Jetta/Golf. Must have manual trans. Bikes may be considered.

I posted pics one time. Dont post saying dont sell it, I've had my fun with it. I'm sticking around but financially and for practicality it needs to go. It's going on craigslist sometime soon and if somebody looks at it I hope they take it home.
 

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dibs on parts?
 

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Todd you know if you where closer it would have been gone a long time ago.
if it didnt mean so much to me i'd scrap it. I love this truck and i have too much time into it to part with it. I just want to see some money for it and make it gone. I'd probably almost rather part it out so that nobody else enjoys it.
 

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I would have taken it just as it has and made you proud. There just isn't a cheap way to get it to Alabama is there.
walk here and push it home, drink out of lake michigan and eat fish. when you get to illinois hurry to the mississippi and follow the same procedure. You could make money along the way as a male prostitute. Odds are it will be cheaper than gas
 

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i live in northwest indiana and could come pick it up does it run and drive good enough to drive it back??
It runs, it drives, I've had it over 70.. well I've had it well beyond 70. I typically dont drive it like I stole it the suspension is soft really soft for someone not used to it and it gets 11mpg on a good day. It's been driven hard and honestly it shows. If you really want to drive it you could probably make it no problems. As my only mode of transportation it got the job done when needed.
 

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Sold
 

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Ive never really understood that mentality, lately Ive considered selling some of my (too many) vehicles that i own and have had good times with, and worked on and modified to make them "mine" and I'd feel kind of raped if someone else bought it and then promptly parted it out, and the same if i parted it myself, it would seem like such a waste, i'd rather see it be around for a while.
We'll see, it's supposed to get picked up Wednesday. I dont know how I'd feel if I saw it around, I know I'd recognize it
 

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Good thing I didnt buy it then Todd. ha I wanted it for the roller 351W, SAS, and 5 spd for my 86. Probably would have been parted out by me. ANy plans for something else?
Good thing I didnt sell it to you, I got significantly more on craigslist :thumbup

I'm looking for a dirt bike hopefully a 250cc 4-stroke. I want to run some hair scrambles and enduros next year. I thought about buying a newer VW too but the 95 GTI is getting the job done for now
 

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94 Ford Bronco.

ENGINE:
351w, around 90k miles, stock 1994

TRANSMISSION: ZF5, 7000-10000 miles on clutch, slave, master, stainless clutch line. Parts were purchased from BCBroncos.com as a kit

TCASE: 1356 manual tcase, stock 1994

FRONT AXLE:
D44 HD Solid axle from a 1976 F150 same axle shafts as a 76-79 F150 or 78/79 Bronco
Lockrite locker for a D44
Custom DOM drag link and Early 90’s ¾ Ton Chevy TRE's 1.25" .25" wall DOM
Tie Rod flipped over knuckle, Reamed 7 degrees
7/8"-7/8" Chromoly Heim Joints on 11" extended radius arms
1988-1997 F250 shock towers
Stainless steel brake lines. From Jeffs Bronco Graveyard 92-96 Bronco 6” lift
Cage progressive coils 5.5" lift for 68-72 Bronco
Super Lift shocks 10” Travel

REAR AXLE:
Shackle Flip in rear. Sky Manufacturing
Ford 8.8 rear from a 1987 F150
Bilstein 5150 shocks 10" travel

TIRES/RIMS:
35" Procomp mud terrains
Front 15x10 chrome steel wheels

OTHER:
Corbeau front seats

I hope I didnt forget anything but that's the list I'm giving to the new owner
 
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